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hard work
Trainer/Coach (Current Employee), Greenville, MIJanuary 16, 2015
Pros: great hours
Cons: low pay
this job is hard work with low pay. if you stay with them for a while they do treat you better.
you have to watch out for very small spots on bumpers and be very picky about your parts. take pride in the job and do the best you can
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Consistent work, but messy logistics
Route Salesman (Former Employee), Springfield, MaJanuary 7, 2015
A lot of wrong parts and broken things get brought out to customers. Seems like the amount of work load is a lot to handle for how few people work there.
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Meet new people that I enjoyed working with.
Import Coordinator (Former Employee), Nashville, TNMay 20, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: no advancement, lack of benifits.
Process invoices,prepare wire transfers, learned car parts. Quiet atmosphere. Just sitting for long periods of times was the only hardest part of the job. No problems with management and mostly enjoyed co-workers.
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Not a great work environment no good moral for workers.
Delivery Driver (Current Employee), totowa njSeptember 27, 2013
Pros: real world experience with other customers and their businesses
Cons: no positive feedback from mangment, no reassurance of good work, lack of good managment and work conditions, chaotic work environment
Deliver replacement car parts to body shops all over New Jersey. Responsible for handling large amounts of money tendered. Responsible for the company vehicle. Interact with staff and customers on a daily basis
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Keystone/ LKQ
INSIDE SALES COORDINATOR (Former Employee), Taunton, MAJuly 26, 2012
Pros: great money if youre a hard worker!
Cons: unprofessional environment, very cliquey and dramatic, not much control from management
i would take calls daily from body shops and route salesmen that delivered body parts. the customers were a delight to work with compared to other call centers, and the environment was much more relaxed as you worked mainly at your own pace and were on commission. however the inmates ran the asylum here. management let drama run rampant, and allowed inside sales reps to have inappropriate relationships with customers on the phones and discuss deeply personal issues with them. you could over hear inside sales representatives swearing and speaking negatively about co workers, as an attempt to keep their customers from using other sales people. it was very cut throat. LKQ purchased keystone and the managers at LKQ would communicate to keystone reps via email very disrespectfully, rather than being constructive they were negative and abbraisive and would even swear through emails. when multiple people would complain to management they would be told that LKQ (a salvage yard chain) was a different world full of men working in a junk yard that were not capable of using appropriate computer etiquette and that we had to let it roll off our shoulders
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No Advancement
Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee), Livingston, LAApril 16, 2012
Pros: non
Cons: managment not involved enough or cares
My day consisted of constant calling of customers to try and sell them parts. Every call had to have a BDR, or write up about the call. These where then put into a database that anyone could look at. The favorite employee's would then look in the database and pick out the most expensive quotes and call those people to sell to. The favorites were not required to do the COLD calls, but could steal your sales. Worst company I have ever worked for and POOR MANAGEMENT. The district management came to visit one time, about 4 of them, and all they did was stay in the conference room and not even talk to anyone at the plant, for that matter they did not even talk amongst themselves. Very unprofessional, this of course in my opinion.